Tiffany Dowell – Texas A&M Agrilife Extension

600 John Kimbrough Rd., Suite 337
College Station, Texas 77843, United States

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Hunting Lease Checklist

Hunting leases have become big business across the United States. This checklist outlines numerous terms that should be considered by practitioners, landowners, or hunters in drafting and negotiating hunting leases. *This…more

Texas Appellate Court Rules No Accommodation Doctrine for Groundwater

*This article was first published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog; The Amarillo Court of Appeals has determined that the accommodation doctrine is not applicable to groundwater…more

Public Right to Use Waterways in Texas

*This article was first posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog at* This article answers the question of whether, under Texas law, a person may use (fish, canoe, kayak, etc.) in a stream or…more

San Antonio Court of Appeals Addresses Shut-In Royalty Clause

*This article was originally posted on the Texas Agricultural Law Blog at* The San Antonio Court of Appeals recently addressed the scope of a shut-in royalty clause in an oil and gas lease. …more

An Ag Lawyer's Advice for Potential Law School Applicants

*This article was originally posted on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog* A few pieces of advice about the application process for those students considering law school…more

Attorney General Opinion Concerns New Mexico Landowners

*This article was published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog* The New Mexico Attorney General issued an opinion answering the question of whether a private landowner may exclude others from…more

Important Victory for Texas Landowners in Eminent Domain Case

*This article was published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog* A Texas jury recently awarded $1.6 million to landowners in a case involving a dispute over the correct measure of compensation…more

Texas Court of Appeals Decision Illustrates Importance of Royalty Language

This article was originally published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog: A recent decision by the San Antonio Court of Appeals illustrates the importance of specificity in drafting royalty…more

Texas Supreme Court to Hear Landmark Underground Trespass Case

Tomorrow (January 7, 2014) the Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments in an important, landmark case involving the intersection of private property rights and oil and gas production. Does Texas recognize a cause of action for…more

Understanding Groundwater Conservation Districts in Texas

Learn about Groundwater Conservation Districts in Texas, including their history, creation, responsibilities, and powers. These GCDs are the preferred method of regulating groundwater in Texas and their rules govern over 85% of…more

What Happens If a Person Dies Without a Will?

When a person dies without a will, the results may not be what they expect. The disposition of his or her estate will be made pursuant to state statute, and may lead to absurd results such as property eventually being jointly…more

Horse Slaughter Battle Continues in New Mexico Federal Courts

The battle over whether horse slaughter facilities in New Mexico and Missouri may begin operating continues being waged in New Mexico Federal Courts. Learn more about the decision issued by District of New Mexico Judge…more

Beyond a Handshake: The Importance of Written Leases for Cattle Producers

For many cattle producers, business is conducted upon a handshake. It is important, however, that leases for grazing and for livestock be reduced to writing to ensure that both parties are protected in the event of a dispute. …more

The Doctrine of Emblements: Protection for Texas Farm Lessees

Under Texas law, a lessee who plants crops on the leased property may have a right to enter the property to harvest the crops even after the termination of the lease if the doctrine of emblements is applicable. Learn more about…more
| Agriculture, Civil Remedies, Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential

Current Issues in Texas Surface Water Law

Learn more about the major issues currently going on in Texas related to surface water. This article was initially published on the Texas Agriculture Law Blog at…more
| Agriculture, Energy & Utilities, Environmental Law, Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential
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